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Lithium Ion Battery Technology Under Fire

Lithium Ion Battery Technology Under Fire

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Milwaukee Electric Tool Corp. lays claim to the revolutionary battery technology and sets its sights on competitors.

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STL 54: Greatest Hit and a Slight Delay

STL 54: Greatest Hit and a Slight Delay

This week, we're on vacation. So sit back and enjoy one of our greatest hits: it's our 2012 interview with Lee Valley's very own Robin Lee. Learn how your hand tools are made!

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Hand Tools Reinvented

Hand Tools Reinvented

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Abiel Rios Wong refashions classic woodworking tools and invents wholly new ones that evoke the age of the steam engine

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The Funeral Chair Part Four: Frame Joinery

The Funeral Chair Part Four: Frame Joinery

The next installment in the Funeral Chair series.

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The Funeral Chair Part Three: Making the Seat Frame

The Funeral Chair Part Three: Making the Seat Frame

Part three in the Funeral Chair Series. The seat parts are cut and assembled using hand cut bridle joints.

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The Funeral Chair Part Two: Preparing the Stock

The Funeral Chair Part Two: Preparing the Stock

The second video installment for the funeral chair project from my new book- The Unplugged Woodshop.

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The Funeral Chair Part One: Assembling the Cut List.

The Funeral Chair Part One: Assembling the Cut List.

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The first video installment from my new book, The Unplugged Woodshop.

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Unplug Your Tools and Work by Hand

Unplug Your Tools and Work by Hand

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Woodworker Tom Fidgen's latest book is an ode to hand work

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Williamsburg 2013 focuses on small boxes

Williamsburg 2013 focuses on small boxes

At Colonial Williamsburg's annual conference, Working Wood in the 18th Century, this year's theme is "Small Things Considered." FWW is back again to lend support and bring you the highlights.

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Woodcraft to Acquire Japan Woodworker

Woodcraft to Acquire Japan Woodworker

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Will the Japan Woodworker we know and love survive new ownership?

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Birth of a Lee Valley tool

Birth of a Lee Valley tool

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While I was up in Ottawa visiting Lee Valley, I got a chance to see the various design stages of a new Veritas tool, the pipe vise

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Shop Talk Live 17: Behind-the-Scenes at Lee Valley Tools

Shop Talk Live 17: Behind-the-Scenes at Lee Valley Tools

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Asa Christiana hits the road for an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at Lee Valley Tools

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How to Make a Scratch Stock for Beading

How to Make a Scratch Stock for Beading

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Turn scrap steel into a one-of-a-kind beading tool for fine furniture projects

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Shop Talk Live 11: That Sinking Feeling

Shop Talk Live 11: That Sinking Feeling

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On this week's edition of Fine Woodworking's very own podcast, we answer your woodworking questions, reveal our own building blunders, and try to divine the future of the craft.

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UPDATE: Making Wood Tools with John Wilson

UPDATE: Making Wood Tools with John Wilson

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See who won a copy of Making Wood Tools

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Speaking of Wood

Speaking of Wood

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Author, musician and custom furniture maker, Tom Fidgen shares his thoughts on working wood at the Unplugged Woodshop.

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the Gorman bench

the Gorman bench

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This was a custom design I fell into this past summer, 2011. The Gorman bench. Tom Fidgen. The music is something I wrote for the piece. www.theUnpluggedWoodshop.com

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Shop-Made Marking Gauges Simplify Layout

Shop-Made Marking Gauges Simplify Layout

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Make marking out joinery even easier with a set of these simple, homemade marking gauges.

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Garrett Hack Visits German Tool-Maker

Garrett Hack Visits German Tool-Maker

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Garrett Hack visits one of Europe's oldest hand tool-makers.

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The sad (and bloody) story of what happened when I made a saw

The sad (and bloody) story of what happened when I made a saw

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See what happened when I was a bit careless when pulling apart a dovetail joint that was part of a frame saw I once made.

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